From Ice Climbing to Ski Touring we’ve got it all!
Each winter Black Sheep Adventure Sports puts together numerous guided trips in BC and sometimes abroad. Winter 2018/19 trips are outlined below and include both ski touring and ice climbing. If you can’t find what you’re looking for below shoot me an email and we’ll put a custom package together for you.
For 2020 we’re headed into the Japanese Alps around the lesser known area of Tenjin on the main island of Honshu. The small town Minakami, found a few hours north of Tokyo by train, will serve as our base for the week. From there we’ll make forays into the local mountains using the various ski lifts to gain access to some amazing backcountry ski runs through picturesque Japanese forests. We’ll also use the lifts to jump start some higher elevation ski touring and ski mountaineering.
We’re now taking bookings for our Winter 2020 trip into the amazing Callaghan area. This year we’re offering a single 5-day weekend trip in February for the best snow. Using the remote Journeyman Lodge as a home-base this fully guided and catered ski touring package has it all: amazing skiing, great food and luxurious accommodation! The parking lot is located 90min from downtown Vancouver and the trip runs from Friday to Tuesday. This allows you get in 5 days of skiing but only miss 3 days of work! If you’re looking for an amazing lodge-based ski touring trip this winter you’ve found it!
Looking for a private guide for a day or so of skiing along the Sea to Sky? We’re here to help! Squamish & Whistler have a ton of easily accessible ski touring that doesn’t require a huge approach. The Sea-to-Sky Gondola in Squamish gets you up into the snow and skiing with views of the ocean in no time. Alternatively, the ski lift accessed playground in Garibaldi Park behind Whistler-Blackcomb offers some simply amazing terrain and powder.
We’re currently putting together an Indian ski touring trip based out of the Gulmarg area. If you’re looking for the next big backcountry skiing destination that’s oozing with culture, adventure, altitude and just happens to get a heap of snow then Galmarg should be top of your list. A small ski town, Gulmarg is situated in the Pir Panjal range of Northern India, one of 6 mountain ranges that make up the Himalayas. The Pir Panjal are also the first mountain range to be hit by the storms that sweep across the Indus Plains so you know the area receives a ton of snow! 15m on average per year in fact. Skiing Magazine has called Gulmarg one of the top 10 snowiest resorts in the world!